ASB Officers dressed up during homecoming week
jv volleyball playing at North Powder
jv volleyball playing at home
jv volleyball playing at Cove
high school football playing at EOU against Union
high school football playing at EOU against Union
player bumping volleyball in a home game
player bumping volleyball in a home game
team huddle during varsity volleyball game
sunset photo of high school

SafeOregon

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SafeOregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff and community members to report and respond to student safety threats. Tips can be submitted through email, phone call or text, mobile app or the web portal. Tips are confidential and can be made anonymously. Find out more here.

Imbler Online

logo-panther.pnghttps://www.acellus.com/

Acellus is a learning management system and offers a wide variety (300+) of video based online classes K-12. Classes are offered as credit retrieval. Common core aligned curriculum is available for all core area subjects (Math, ELA, Science, and Social Studies), and meet Oregon state standards for credit.

Our Schools

logo-schools.png Careers, Citizenship, Community, and Character. We recognize the unique community involvement of a small, rural school, and the exceptional education that can be achieved through that community. Students design a personalized education plan, focusing on high, achievable goals, a strong work ethic, and self-motivation. Staff, parents, community, and organizations provide educational partnerships aiming toward student success.

District Celebrates Positive Graduation Rate

2019 numbers with mortar board

On Thursday, January 23rd, the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) released graduation rates for school districts in Oregon. These are 2018-19 graduation rates.

Imbler School District’s 4-year Cohort graduation rate is 100%. Angie Lakey-Campbell, district superintendent, said the district is very excited about its continued excellence in the graduation rate.

"Instilling an attitude of excellence and the commitment to achieve" has been the mission statement for the Imbler School District for many years. Teachers, parents, and community members have committed to the students of Imbler and established a culture where the common belief is that all students will graduate every year, Lakey-Campbell said.

“It is common for teachers to meet students early before school and to stay late after school to assist them. Teacher and community expectations help students recognize personal strengths,” she said.

This year the school has implemented the Freshman on Track or FOT program to help students in jeopardy of failing a class. With parent consent, students are assigned time after school to work with teachers until they obtain a passing grade.

“Our teachers continue to work hard to get students past the finish line. The expectation is that all students will graduate every year,” Lakey-Campbell said.

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What's Happening

Tuesday 1/28

- Jrhi Girls Basketball vs Wallowa 5:30
- AG proficiency/AET Workshop 6:00 AG Building
 
Wednesday 1/29
- Jrhi Wrestling @ La Grande HS 4:00
- FBLA Prep Night 5:00
- FFA Chapter Mtg. 6:00 AG Building
 
Thursday 1/30
- ASB Mtg. 12:00 Elem Computer Lab
- Jrhi Girls Basketball @ Powder Valley 5:30 bus lv. @ 4:10
 
Friday 1/31
- Jrhi Wrestling @ Elgin HS 10:00
- HS Wrestling @ Heppner 10:00
- Basketball vs Powder Valley 3:00
periods 5, 6, 7, & Act         recycle = 8th
 
Saturday 2/1
- Jrhi Girls Basketball vs Cove 10:00
- HS Basketball vs Pine Eagle 1:00 (1/2 JV Girls, 1/2 JV Boys, Vars Girls & Boys)
 
"If you don't invest very much, then defeat doesn't hurt very much, and winning is not very exciting."
                                                 Dick Vermeil 
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